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, the red sox are looking at blue jays manager john farrell as valentine's successor. he served as the pitching coach from 2006 to 2010. >>> coming up at the top of the hour, a day after his lackluster debate performance, president obama holds a rock star rally for 30,000 fans in wisconsin. this as mitt romney tries to turn a single night's work into a turning point in the election. we'll discuss it all. >>> when we come back here, we'll huddle around the water cooler to watch stephen colbert celebrate mitt romney's debate win with a big old studio rave. "way too early" coming right back. [ female announcer ] ready for a taste of what's hot? check out the latest collection of snacks from lean cuisine. creamy spinach artichoke dip, crispy garlic chicken spring rolls. they're this season's must-have accessory. lean cuisine. be culinary chic. >>> we told you the top of the show that the fight over tax plans has become a central issue in the presidential campaign in part because of the looming fiscal cliff that faces the country at the end of this year. that includes an expiration o
have traded for their new manager. boston got toronto manager john farrell by trading mike aviles to the blue jays to bring their former pitching coach back to fenway park. this is only the seventh time in major league history that a team has traded for a manager. >>> for another look at the weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather center forecast. >> that's crazy, a manager for a player. >> i know. seventh time it's ever happened. >> i follow baseball closely. i never heard of that. you taught me something. good morning, once again. if you're joining us, it's a quiet morning. light jacket needed in new england. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. what a great weekend after a rainy friday. saturday and sunday turned out nice. the leaves pretty much at their peak in many, many areas. today's forecast, the leaves will look great once again today with temperatures soaring into the 60s, near 70 in washington, d.c. what a week it will be for the mid-atlantic. the cold air doesn't get here until sunday of this week. 70s all week long with possible 80s on wednesday. t
and they would do it again. it is farrell cheirly cheap. don't spend a ton of money. see what you get back. if it works, invest more. >> brian, is there any place where you should be spending money? >> it is much more about the width of your brain than the width the of your wallet. >> i am tired of being interrupted with these ads, whether it is on facebook or google. you should flip it on to ted and create lots of content and use that to pull people in. >>> speaking of traditional advertising, the role about print in a social media dominated world. >> i do some print marketing that i find to be very beneficial for my business. i am not seeing a ton of tracks from it. how do i know whether my print media is working and what is the role of print media now in a social media dominated environment. >> he says, i find it to be very beneficial. how do i find if it is working? >> the fact that he can see it. a lot of times it is the ego you pick up the local newspaper or magazine and there is your ad. you feel good about it. there are ways. there are magazines. if you hint that you are willing to
for the tigers. >> stat geek. >> to boston, yesterday john farrell spent the last two seasons as blue jays' manager, and he took that same job with the red sox yesterday. he'll be the manager in fenway agreeing to a three-year deal to become the 46th manager in red sox history. but it was boston's former manager, bobby v., bobby valentine, who found himself back in the headlines last night. in an interview with bob costas on the nbc sports network, valentine used his first public comments since the day he was fired to call out david ortiz who valentine says chose to miss playing time not because of an injury but because he knew the team was out of playoff contention. >> david ortiz came back after, you know, spending six weeks on a disabled list, we thought it was going to be only a week, and he got two hits the first two times up, drove in a couple runs. we were off to the races. and then he realized that, you know, this trade meant that we're not going to run this race. we're not even going to finish the race properly. and he decided no the to play anymore. and i think at that time, you
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